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Mi Casa Festival Malta 2020 was cancelled, due to an increase in Covid-19 cases in Malta. You can read the festival’s statement here

Mi Casa Festival brings the ultimate house music marathon to Malta for the first time this September, taking over the island’s Gianpula Village across 2 stages, for a 3 day house music marathon.

From sunrise to sunset, festival-goers can expect day and night parties under Malta’s unmissable sunshine skies, dancing to some of house music’s finest names.

Mi Casa Festival Malta 2020 Lineup


Gorgon City
Hannah Wants
Sonny Fodera
Amine Edge & Dance
Sam Divine
Danny Howard

Fri 18 September 2020
Stage 1

Gorgon City / Jacky / Max Chapman / Melé / PAX / Sam Girling

Stage 2

AJ Christou / Alisha / Eli Brown / Latmun / Mason Collective / Pirate Copy / Reme / Sosa

Sat 19 September 2020
Stage 1

Sonny Fodera / Biscits / George Smeddles / Saffron Stone

Stage 2

Danny Howard / Detlef / Lauren Lo Sung / Mason Maynard

Sun 20 September 2020
Stage 1

Hannah Wants / Amine Edge & Dance / Low Steppa / Piero Pirupa / Sam Divine

Stage 2

GW Harrison / Illyus & Barrientos / Leftwing & Kody / Mark Knight / Martin Ikin / Maxinne / Siege

Mi Casa Festival Malta 2020 Tickets


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Travel Info

Malta will reopen to all flight destinations from 15th July. Malta’s low rate of infections (second lowest in Europe) means that quarantine restrictions in Malta will be lifted from the 15th of July 2020. You can read more at Malta airport official information here


Malta is well connected by public transport and a single ride fare is €2.00. Visit the public transport website for detailed information about bus routes in Malta at www.publictransport.com.mt/en/


Malta’s white taxis are the ones that can pick you up off the street. Figure on €15.00 for short hops and not much more than €35.00 for a trip across the island.


You will have to fly to Malta International Airport (MLA). Buses to various locations on the island (Valletta, Sliema, St. Julian’s, etc.) are outside the terminal building and Airport Shuttle Service is also available by www.maltatransfer.com. Alternatively, you can take a taxi to your destination. There are now government approved fares for taxis from the airport ranging from €10.00 to €30.00.


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